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 s ���������������������������'  $  Enderby, B. C, January  28,  1915  AND      WALKER'S      WEEKLY  Vol. 7; No. 48; Whole No. 350  ENDERBY AND DISTRICT NEWS  Enderby Oddfellows gave a ver.y.  enjoyable social evening in their  hall Tuesday evening.  Nearly 50,000 pounds of Alfalfa  ��������������������������� Meal was shipped this week by the  Alfalfa Products Company, mostly  lo the coast.  The Presbyterian Church sleigh  drive which was to have taken  place this week, has been indefinitely postponed.  The Tippcrary Club dance given  last evening in -K. of1 P. Hall was  largely attended and proved a most  enjoyable affair.  The , sharp, crisp, moonlight  nights of the*past week have been  .made joyous-by coasting parties on  Cliff and neighboring streets.  Mr. A. R. Rogers, head of the  Okanagan Saw Mills, Ltd., arrived  from St. Paul Wednesday morning,  on a visit of inspection of the plant  here. ., ,  ���������������������������  ���������������������������7 Harry -Baxter returned from the  coast the past week, after*a very  successful ��������������������������� season surveying, and  x> .will spend.-the, winter with his.parents near Enderby.,      - .   7'  "** ���������������������������"-Thfc'Board  of' School   Trustees  .meets thc 1st and 3rd Thursdays of  ��������������������������� each- month,  at 8  o'clock,  in  the  Fortune" School.,.. These   meetings.  *" are^open'to the public, .  [Thursday,* Feb. 11th,*is'the date,  and the Enderby" Opera .House* the  place, where the ladies of the hospital auxiliary'will give a masquerade ball in aid of the hospital'  funds. . x7  Miss S. G. Walker, arrived " on  Wednesday from Los Angeles, Cal.,  and will spend some months in Enderby, to enjoy thc delights', of  springtime and early summer in  the Okanagan.  When Hon. Joseph Martin concluded to come back to Canada and  , re-enter politics, he seems to have  forgotten that he was not as young  as he used to be, and he had to run  for mayor of Vancouver to find it  out.   He knows now.  Mrs. W. R. Barrows and a number  of Enderby ladies, heard of several  cases of local distress last week,  and without watting _for the red j  i���������������������������tapicr"to"-unwind7^tlicy���������������������������quickly-gol^  together garments and food and al  once relieved the situation.  Important Gams Made by Allied. Troops  CREAMERY NEEDED  A writer in'thc Vancouver Pro-  Reports from thc war zone thisfperale offensive movem'en's of the i naval fight the Germans sunk two VP^R fe'lv#es a v.crv tengthy account  _-i.    _���������������������������_.        .        <.       ���������������������������    ���������������������������   *  i         i -i ... .   i-        ...   t.  .....    ? i-   i .    .__....      ol    tnir  ami em I    mnvnnmnt    in    thp  week give accounts of many important engagements,- in all of  which the armies of the Allies have  had the best of it, though the fighting has been very severe and the  losses on bolh sides heavy.  From the Russian frontier comes  the report of an important victory  over ��������������������������� the Germans by the Czar's  troops, in which it is said the enemy'lost in killed, wounded and'  prisoners, some 250,000 men. This  engagement took place in the vicinity of Rawa, and is looked upon as  the most important engagement in  which thc Russians have-been victorious since the. war" began.  In -the western front,: the Germans are directing'a strong offensive movement, against Thann, an  important' strategic position in the  Alsace, region, which; it is said, the  German war lord has declared musl  be" taken by his troops. Thus far  the"'French troops have succeeded  in,checking this advance*.  enemy,  check.  and   are, holding  him   in  ���������������������������What is considered to be the first  real brush that the British dreadnoughts have had with ihe Germrn  battleships took' place on'Sunday,  when the enemyVshirs Derllinger,  Seydlitz, Mohke .and, Blucchcr, accompanied by a . flotilla, of submarines and destroyers, were .met  on the North Sea by the British  battleships" and dreadnoughts Lion.  Tiger, Princess Royal/New Zealand  and Indomitable,' and numerous  light cruisers and destroyers, and a  running light took' place, in which  tlie Blucchcr was sunk and two  other German cruisers badly damaged. This engagement proved  conclusively the superiority of the  British guns.. Admiral Bcatty, in  command of lhe.-squadron taking  part in this 'engagement, reported  that no"British,sliips were sunk-by  and ,the Lion, which led  British torpedo boat destroyers as  well as a British cruiser. Thc  British Admiralty continues lo ignore these claims, but it-has nol as  yet issued any report giving details  of the part taken in the-action by  lhe British light cruiser and destroyer, squadrons. '  the.enemy  In the vicinity of-Ypres, and on I the-line,  having only eleven-men  the1. YSer, the-Britishland  Belgian i wounded and .none killed. ,'���������������������������- _   '_  troops have  repulsed-.sev'cr.,1  des-1     Berlin' claims'" that*' in   Sunday's"  Berlin announces officially sweeping regulations for the conservation  of the food suppy'of flermanv. including lhe ciinilsearion of the entire grain crop. This .>s admitted  to cut,deeper into the e'-ononuc life  of the German people' than any  measure, 'adopted since the outbreak of hostilities, and'the German government defends the. new  regulations On the ground that, in  order to upsel the plan of'Jicr ene--  mics to starve the "empire,-it y is.  necessary lo make certain -'ofv a"  regular supply-of fobd" stuff until  the ncxtiiarvcst. It;is regarded in  London' that -this"'is 'the" most.sig-'  nificant .item of news?reccivcd' for.  sometime. *  ''~'7~- !'"���������������������������*"'- '';r='" "-"..V*;  School Inspector Anistcc paid his  after-the-holidays visit* to the Enderby school this week. He reports  the school population increasing in  his district, particularly in the rural sections, where there is a very  evident move back to the land.  A committee meeting of the City  "Council was held Mondayevcning  lo discuss informally civic a Hairs:  Resolulions growing out of Ihis  committee'meeting will come up al  lhe first regular meeting of the  Council next Monday evening.  Methodist Church services on  Sunday will be conducted by Rev.  Dr. White, Superintendent of Missions. He will also give his very  interesting.'- illustrated lecture on  lhe Yukon, on Saturday evening al  8 o'clock. Service at Ashton school  at-2.30.  The Misses. Davies desire to acknowledge   thc   following  conlribu-  CITY OF ENDERBY  NOTICE is hereby given that the  first sitting of the Annual Court of  Revision of .the'Municipality'of the  ' Citv of Enderby for thc year 1915,  will be held at the City Hall, Enderbv, on Tuesday, the 2nd day of  March, 1015, at 7.30 o'clock p.m.,  for the purpose of hearing and determining complaints against thc  assessment as made by the Assessor,  . and revising and correcting the  assessment roll.  Any person complaining against  the assessment must give notice in  writing to the Assessor of the  ground of his complaint at least 10  flays before the date of the said  first sitting of the Court of Revision.  Dated at the Citv 'Hall, Enderby,  this 28th day of January. 191.5.  GRAHAM ROSOMAN,  City Clerk.  tions to. the Cottage.Hospital:' Mr.  .Campbell, Vpapers;.���������������������������Mrs. Robinson,  chicken; Mrs. Carlson^-jelly; Mrs.  Hartry; jelly;'-Mr:'Hartry, screen";  Mrs. Butchard, papers; Mr. Forster,  papers;-;'-Mrs'' Stevens,-, kindling;  Miss Forster,\garments.  ." A meeting of -the'Boardof School  Trustees" was, held' last Thursday  evening, at which "the salary bf the  secretary .of thc Board was" reduced  from .*? 15 to $5 per ,month. This  amount was-not-considered large'  enough by Mr. ' Davies, who" has-  been acting in that capacity, and  Mr. Teece was elected as-secretary.  Last week a representative of thc  Government Agent at Vernon, paid  a visit to Enderby lo enquire into  several cases of distress reported  from the neighboring outside district, and . where the cases were  worthy, immediate steps were taken  to provide food and other plain requirements.  The date set for the annual masquerade ball at Mara is Thursday,  _Feb ._A.lh .=Jib e=_p rLc_(u.o ^admission,  has been, lowered this season to  mu'f the hard times, but the standard of the dance will in no way  be lowered, arrangements having  been made by the committee in  charge for'everything of' the best,  and it is confidently expected that  lhc ball this year will go down in  history as lhe best thing of thc kind  ever put on al Mara"  A  NOBLE WOMAN'AT REST  - -A "shock that was deeply felt "came  to the old-time Ehderbyites Wednesday morning, when .it/<was announced, that their- friend; Mrs.  Julia Parker, had passed away in  the early morning hours,.'brought  low by an attack of la" grip coupled  with heart Irouble.   "'  For many years- Mrs. Parker had  made'her home-with-her daughter,  Mrs. J. E.-Crane���������������������������si nee the death  of her husband,- Mr. Wm. Parker,  of Sterling, Ont. ��������������������������� Mrs; Parker was  one.of those noble women that the  world has too few. of these* days.  She was of a type of the old school  ���������������������������ever' loyal and true, with high  ideals, and ever kind. To know  her was to love, her, and to pass an  evening in her presence was to  carry away wilh you a deeper,  higher sense of life's rcspo'nsibili-  ������������������tes mi'' duties and a truer conception of neighborliness. Of late  XCiirs^AIi^.Jiatkeii^hacl^b.c.cn^^co.iu  fined most of the lime lo her home,  and was seldom seen in public  gatherings, but the influence of her  life was felt far beyond lhc confines of her abode, and will live  in lhc lives bf her friends on down  lhc pathway of time.  Mrs. Parker recently passed .her  78th year. Funeral services will be  held   in   lhe   Presbyterian* Church  toLmorrowv (Friday).-afternoon at 2  o'clock.-1. .Interment ^wilLtakeCplace.  in -the. Enderby' 'cemetery- -S '-'/"  CONTRACTING FOR B.C. LUMBER  The latest section of Canadian  ���������������������������business to benefit by the purchase  of supplies for the British Government is the lumber trade. Mr. .F.  Stobart, British war. oflice representative here, has placed large-orders with British Columbia firms  for lumber lo be used in the form of  railway ties and bridge timbers.  ol. the* general movement in ,the  Okanagan in lhc direction of diversified farming, and on the ques-  lion of creameries lie says":    *'  ���������������������������"There is undoubtedly>room.,for  great dairying development in the  Okanagan.   Il cannot be in the pro-_  duction for sale of whole milk, the-,  local market for which is obviously  small,and the shipment,of which to  distant markets is.impossible. Dairy,,  butter is always quoted on the mar-'  kcl, but in "Western Canada,", taken'  as   an   article,, commands' a-"com-;  paratively low price, ow'ing to the  lack of uniformity in quality.'"-,������������������������������������������������������'".*  "Creameries  are  nced.ed.    Were'  creameries  present in  the  Okana���������������������������  ���������������������������fan now there is a strong likelihood  that dairying would expand rapidly.y  and healthily.   The. profitable man-,-  ag'emcnl of a 'creamery^7however,   is, not considered .-'possible.\iinless-J..; -pj-y,, >/  there, "are 500'- or^ more."- milkingST^TTl'^S??  cow's'in its territory  ���������������������������7'0nthis *     ���������������������������*���������������������������  cows  few'_._    ,.r_   The"" :-'~*T.=t,,~.     *..=- a*.  ���������������������������  -I  .,f ������������������';*.'������������������������������������������������������ (C ?'  the,. Okanagan-Boundary.7  .-.pfiAiJ.^.  ifi*.  ,-H  Destroy War Automobiles        r  The British air raid last week on  the town of Essen, a report from  Amsterdam says, destroyed 400  war automobiles. These cars were  in a repair shop that was wrecked  by British bombs. The Germans, it  is said, have been compelled to take  over a private automobile factory  at Aix ]a Chapclle, whcrcjiundreds  b"f"T)uTcli"~\voTk"m"e1i���������������������������lraw~ablnined'  employment.  The W.  will hold  Hall   on  Tuesday,  A. of St. George's Church  a concert in the K. of P.  Ihe evening of Shrove  Feb.  10th.    A varied and  entertaining program is being prepared. Hem em ber the date and  look for further notice.  cows ' in  district:^:Tfic:numberJsVdbub'tlesV^"^-^vB'%  miichl:' largcr'V.hb'w"*'"*.*because ��������������������������� -,theri4S^S'yS^:~i  ".lucre, were 1,091/heifer calvesiand^S  ���������������������������2,540 oilier, heifers, but the number.^'.'  IeftJ for;creamery needs' is,'stiir-rela-*7r '.  lively small. A certain number;of \  cows must'be reserved for the local ���������������������������"'  milk needs. ' > ;   ;-;'  7. "Kelowna farmers are "endeavor-, *.* '  ing Jo gei a creamery under way. y"v  Some ,200 cows'are. already in thc.-7'  district. The problem is quickly-to-.* .*.  increase this number lo 500, and;.;  Government assistance is being-\.  sought.  "Vernon, which in many ways-is    ,"���������������������������-  an ideal situation  for a creamery,-   .,  is also talking of starling oiie.   Mr.  ���������������������������II. \V. Knight has offered the use of .7"7,  a  building,, rent   free,  for a  year.- S"  The Farmers' Inslilulc now has a"  special committee at work on the  project.  "These  local   agitations  indicate  cleany ihe trend in the Okanagan.,  For further cvidcncc'onc has only  to consider the acknowledged  in-  crcase-in., tlie._iuimber._of. poultry.   .:  - *  * K~r x  '���������������������������V-H  '*s  Remarkable Escape of French Officer.  ������������������-   This French officer, accompanied by a photographer,, was advancing close to the enemy's lines when  Ihcy ran inlo a parly of Germans. Tbe officer's horse having been wounded, he dismounted and dashed for  the   house   where   the   French   infantrymen were-resting.    The photographer at this moment snapped  his camera, and, turning his horse, dashed to safety.   The Germans in pursuit were all killed or captured  The development of hog-raising has  been checked temporarily, by the  low prices of the past few months,  bul once tlie market improves rapid  increase is looked for.  "The Okanagan will reach its  greatest prosperity only when butler, eggs, pork and beef are shipped  oul in great quantities, as well as  fruit and vegetables. Few question  lhal fact now, just as no one gainsays lo Ihjs pleasant ferlite valley a  splendid  future in agriculture."*  DOMINMjl_PAl{Ll'ANIENT  The opening of the Dominion  I'arlianienl has been fixed for Ih"  -lib of February. The House will  meel under conditions '���������������������������'unprecedented in Canada, so far as any  regular session of a Parliament is  concerned.'.The Dominion of Canada is at war. Canadians are at war  wilh all enemies of Ihe Empire, and  lhe business of making war successfully will be the chief business  of Parliament.  The Government will meel Ihe  House wilh a .slateinenl of measures  taken, of preparations and of results, which will show lhal Canada  is paying no timid or backward  part. Canada i.s in lhe war wilh  all she has. Everywhere in Canada ���������������������������men are training-earne.sty for  .service. All over Canada factories  are turning" out materials of war,  equipment.t0f all sorts, arms and  munitions, some for lhe Canadian  troops, .some for lhe,troops of the  I'niled Kingdom, some for lhe  French and some for the Russians.  Since the special war session was  held Ihe Government has gone  steadily on wilh the work of supplying men and materials and of-conserving Canadian resources for the  use of the Empire and the Allies.  Provision has been made for a Canadian force of more than 100,000  men and for raising in Canada of  additional forces which will provide a constant stream of reinforcements so long as Ihe war lasts. THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 28, 1915  A VERY DIFFICULT SITUATION  THE ENDERBY PRESS  AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Published  every  Thursday at    Enderby,   B. C. at  S2   per  year,   by   the  Walker   Press.  Advertising- Rates:   Transient,  50c an inch first insertion, 2*)C each subsequent insertion.    Contract advertising, SI an inch per month.  Legal Notices:   12c a'line first insertion: Sc a line each subsequent insertion.  Reading Netices and Locals: 15c a line.  JANUARY 28% 1915  NEVER SAY QUIT !  Oi' all times when a man should "put his shoulder to lhe wheel' and boost, those times are now.  Keep your mind on thc race and eyes straight  ahead.     "Trying limes"?   Ol course. Bul what  oi" lhal!   Take thc curves and lhe bumps with the  best ol' care���������������������������but make them.   Don!.t try lo sidestep them.   Look ahead for them.   You. will meet  them  on whatever road you are travelling.    A  great many men arc downed through not looking  far enough ahead.   Of course, you could nol help  being caught to some extent through lhc sudden  coming of the world's grculcsI war.   Everybody  has had to suffer some set-back because of it���������������������������r  and wc may have to suffer much more yet.   But  there is no excuse for not looking ahead, now  lhat the war is on, and meeting conditions as we  find them.   To be forewarned is lo be forearmed.  To know whal is ahead is a source of strength to  thc man who wants to keep to the front.    Thc  man who i.s nol afraid to look ahead���������������������������to look  facts and his t'ellowmcn in the face, has won half  Ihe bailie in life.   Be prepared for the worst, but  light as though von were determined to get the  ������������������Kcst:  " "  " ~  Britain, wilh the seas open to her merchantmen, experienced a decrease in 19M, due lo lhc  war,'of %\7:3,000,000 in exports and'$355,000,000  in imports, as'compared wilh lhe preceding year.  Whal musl have been Ihe loss in-shipping lo her  enemies  WAR CONTRACTS IN CANADA  It is. estimated lhal since lhe war slur led orders  Tor war materials and equipment lo the value of  some sixty million dollars have heen placed in  Canada by the Canadian, British, French and  Russian (lovernments. Conlracls for outlining  Canada's troops have totalled $20,000,000. Contracts for saddles, leather goods, uniforms and  henvv winter garments of all kinds from the  British Government and allies total nearly another twenty millions, and orders for shrapnell  shell placed in Canada run from twenty lo twenly-  three millions.  These immense orders, distributed as well as  possible throughout every province, have given  a great impetus lo many'industries, and hundreds of factories and thousands of men otherwise idle will be operating full time throughout  lhe winter and well along into the spring and  summer.  The securing of these heavy conlracls from  abroad for Canadian firms is largely due to the  initiative and energy of thc members of the cabinet. Shortly after war was declared representations were made by thc Government lo the  British authorities thai Canadian industries  should be given an opportunity to lender on war  materials. As a result of these steps the British  Government sent a'former. Canadian, Mr. Fred  Slobarl, of Winnipeg,. to(.' the Dominion to see  aboul placing lhe contracts already stated.  The Press is in receipt of the following letter  from Mr. R. Robertson, manager of the Okanagan United Growers, which, while not intended  *for publication, conveys a meaning that we feel  would never be made known lo the growers of  the Valley if thc personal clement is lo hold from  Ihem the knowledge of the spirit which animates  the man at the head of their selling organization.  There can be no denying the fact that, if reports  arc true, the growers got out of this year's I'ruil  crop all too little. And it is but natural for them  lo turn lo thc man al thc head of the organization  to find someone upon .whom to place the blame.  No one can find fault with them for so doing.  Bul when this is said, and when lhat is done,  what then ? Explanations do not explain. There  is a principle back pf it all lhat is paramount to  all, and unless this principle is taken hold of and  lived up to, through lean years as well as fat  years, the growers of the Okanagan may as well  disband their organization at once and launch  boldly inlo thc cut-throat business. In his letter  to The Press Mr. Robertson says:  "Lei me express lo you my very high appreciation  of [he editorial in your issue of January 7lh, ancl thc  more so because of lhc facl that, as you know, it came  without any suggestion from the party involved. You  have expressed thc situation so clearly in this statement lhal it does not seem possible lo add anything to  -it, and I can assure you that as I look al the situation  calmly, if I did not believe thai il was the position  that was subject to criticism in the final analysis more  lhan lhe person, I have lo confess T do not believe that  1 could stand some of lhe things lhat have been said.  Although at Ihe present time there appears to be  facing us even greater diflicultics than we have had, if  our growers will only exercise a reasonable degree of  calm judgment ancl get the facts before they come-  to conclusions, I am sure lhat we can slill solve the  pressing difficulties in a way -which will result in the  growers getting belter "rclurns and consequently more  satisfactory conditions of life."  In speaking as hc has, Mr. Robertson has displayed a spin! of earnestness lhat can be found  only now and then in a man in his position. In his  work for lhc .growers of the Okanagan, he has  put heart���������������������������something that cannot be bought in a  salaried officer no matter how large the salary  may be.   His whole ambition in connection with  the" Selling Agency is to make good.   True, the  results of thc past year have not gone far to dispel the doubts and fears of those who by the very  nature of  their past experiences can  see only  failure in thc co-operative organization.- Fault is  found with thc management, and, of course, thc  individual must bear the brunt of'it.   Just so long-  as this policy is continued, there will be changes  and failures in the selling organization of  the  growers of the Valley.   It is so easy to stand loyal  to an organization when it means more prosperity, but it is not so easy lo be loyal when to be  loyal means temporary loss of a dollar or two.  Bill il is this lesson lhat thc growers of thc Valley  must learn.    If Ihey will stand back of their  present manager, and loyally support the Selling  Agency   organization   another season,   and another if need be, then will dawn thc beginning of  a belter condition.   But if a change of managers  is.lo be made every season, the Selling Agency  may as well quit business now, for il will be  impossible for thc growers to accomplish anything through it.   We have faith-in the Selling  organization.    We believe il is oh the only permanent, right course.   That mistakes have been  made, and will yet be made, there is no doubt.   It  has been the history of similar organizations the  worltFovci'"."   TriFWlj^llirmTgh^oVercoining^thc  dillicullies caused by thc mistakes that success  can be brought about.   And we believe the growers have faith in Mr. Robcrlson as the. man best  capable of finding a way out ot the dillicullies confronting them.  Advertising is not an expense: it is a. paying  investment-���������������������������the best paying investment a merchant' can-make;���������������������������~������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������~- -.^..^  BANK of MONTREAL  Established 1817  Capital, $16,000,000 (paidup)  Rwt, 116,000,000.  H. V. Meredith, Esq.; President  Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, General Manager  BRANCHES IN LONDON, ENG., NBW YORK and CHICAGO.  SAVINGS   DEPARTMENT  DepositB received from $1 upwarda, aud interest allowed at current rater  Interest credited *10th June     and 31st December.  ENDERBY BRANCH E. J. WHITE, Manager  Specials in Lumber  while they last:  No. 4 Novelty Siding,  No. 2 2z4 and 2x6,  No. 2 Mixed Lath,    -  Short Cordwood,  Dry Blocks,  $10.00 per M  $13.00 per M  $1.75 per M  $3.75 per load  $2.25 per load  Why not lay in your winter supply of wood NO W  OKANAGAN SAW MILLS,Ltd. E���������������������������_.rby  King Edward  A. name that stands for the best in hotel service  King Edward Hotel, ������������������J|  MURPHY  Proprietor  Enderby  V  PANAMA-CALIFORNIA EXPOSITION  Thc constructive period Tor thc two Pacific  Coast 1915 Expositions (aI San Francisco and  San Diego) is now over and our readers may be  interested in knowing that the Panama-California Exposition opened at San Diego on .Fan.  1st, and the Panama Inlernalional Exposition at  San Francisco, which is now practically complete, will positively open on thc dale set���������������������������February 20lh.  Whatever has been said in print so far, under,  rather lhan overstates the achievements of thc  Exposition people ih preparing for wonderfully  attractive and interesting exhibitions.  It is the consensus ol* opinion of those who  have had the privilege ol' seeing thc fairs at this  stage, that it is well worth a transcontinental trip  lo sec the beautiful architectural creations; the  plantations of lawns and shrubs and trees, only  possible in the California climate; the artistic  color schemes of the buildings, and thc entirely  novel and surprising lighting effects.  Subscribe for the Press and get the war news  boiled clown.  Church unity: Joining rny church.  SHOULD WE BE DOWNHEARTED ?   NO!!  -:~H-H-K-M-M-K-:~^^  Alfalfa Meal  *  r  T  X  f  ���������������������������_������������������������������������������������������_���������������������������* ���������������������������*o%������������������!**N������������������i������������������&*������������������!*������������������������������������2  ***  H  !-j-m~w  H-H-H-H44+H-H-I4?  CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND 1914   Incorporated  Patron: His Majesty the King.  President: Field Marshal His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught,  Governor-General of Canada.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   BRANCH  Committee: His Honor Thos. AV. Palerson, Lieutenant-Governor,  Chairman.  - -^���������������������������^nie-Hon.~Sir7Richard;McBride, K....C..M....G..  _  F. S. Barnard, Hon. Sec.-Trcas.  ENDERBY BRANCH  Committee: Aid. P. IT. Murphy, Acting Mayor, President,  Graham Rosoman, City Clerk, Hon. Sec.  J. W. Gilman, Manager Enderby Branch Union Bank of Canada,  Hon.-Trcas.  Thc objects of lhis organization arc: "To collect, administer and  distribute a fund for thc assistance, in case of need, of the wives,  children and other dependent relatives of ollicers and men, residents of  Canada, who during lhe present war, may be on aclivc service wilh  Ihe naval and military forces of the British Empire ancl Great Britain's  allies." . Thus, those who will benefit by the Fund are the dependents, not only of Canadian volunteers and regulars, but also of British  army and navy reservists, and of French, Belgian, Servian, Russian  and Japanese reservists who have joined the colors and left dependent relatives in Canada; these soldiers are fighting side by side for a  common cause, and Iheir families are entitled to equal consideration.  Under the direction of the central organization at Ottawa, and  making allowance for differences in the cost of living, the scale of  distribution to those entitled to assistance will be approximately the  same throughout Canada. ,  The Executive Committee of the Enderby Branch earnestly solicit  donations, which may be remitted or handed to any of the local  officers, or to Mr. H. M. Walker, of the Enderby Press. All contributions will be promptly acknowledged through The Press.  Oct. 27h, 1914. GRAHAM ROSOMAN, Hon.-Sec.  It will cost you just one-  third of a cent a pound y0_rave  Butter wrapped in your own neatly printed Butter Parchment, if you order from-'   THE WALKER PRESS  'J  I 9  Thursday, January 28, 1915  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S .WEEKLY.  NOALUM  ^PRINTED <  L2_EWHITE5T,  ; PUAINL.YV*V  Hagic  baking  POWDEB  Legislation of Importance that will  Occupy Legislature now is Session  Don'l talk war. If you want to  fight, go to thc front.  OP CANADA  Bank by Mail and  Save Long Drives  Mail us the cheques or cash  you receive, with your Pass-book,  which we will return with the  Deposit credited. Then you can  pay your bills by cheques, which'  we will honor, or if you want the  cash yourself,.send, us a cheque in  your own favor and we will  forwardthe money by return mail.  Drop in and talk to the Manager  about it. .  Enderby Branch,      J. W. GILLMAN, Manager  SECRET SOCIETIES  A.F>A.M.  Enderby Lodge No. 40'  Regular - meetings first  Thursday on or after the  full moon at 8 p. m. iri Oddfellows - Hall. Visiting  brethren cordially invited  GRAHAM ROSOMAN  W. M.  JNO. WARWICK     Secretary  >���������������������������%. I.O.O.F.  "/^iSS&r  Eureka Lodge. No. 60  Meet's every Tuesday' evening at 8o'clock, in I. O.  O. F. hall. Metcalf block.   Visiting brothers always   welcome. JAS..MARTIN, N.'G.  C. PARKINSON, V. G.    '.  '   R. E. WHEELER. Sec'y,  *       .      J. B. GAYLORD, Treas.  ENDERBY   LODGE  No. 35, K. of P.  Meets every Monday evening  in K. of P. Hall.   Visitors cordially invited to attend.  It. H. CRANE, C. C.  T. H. CAfcDER. K.R.S.  R.. J. COLTART. M.P.  Hall suitableforConcerts, Dances and all public  entertainments.    For rates, etc., address,  R. N. BAILEY. Endsrby  PROFESSIONAL  ^C. SKALING, B. A.  'Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Money to Loan  Bell Blk.        Enderby, B.C.  The third session of the Thirteenth Parliament of British Columbia opened at Victoria last  Thursday, with ceremonies wholly  lacking the customary brilliancy of  display, and strikingly exemplifying the stern seriousness of these  limes of war.  Of the  feature measures of the  session those which will doubtless  attract lhc greatest interest will be  the bills  for the  readjustment  of  constituencies   and    for   the   improvement of conditions obtaining  among the wageworkers and agriculturists, each of these measures  being  based   upon   exhaustive   investigation and report by a Royal  Commission in that behalf.      The  Royal  Commission  on   Redistribution���������������������������Hon. Mr. Justice Morrison and  and Hon. Mr. Justice McDonald���������������������������  has only recently reported, and its  findings     and     recommendations,  with the evidence upon which they  rest, will shortly be presented  to  the House  through the Executive.  The legislation which is to form the  sequel  of this  report will  be enacted this session, but this by no  means predicates an appeal to the  country until the natural expiry of  the term of the present parliament,  in November, 1916.   Indeed, it may  fairly be assumed from many significant  and -related  signs  of  the  times   that  British  Columbia  will  witness no election, either, federal  or provincial, during this strenuous  year. ;  The report of the Redistribution  Commission  is understood  not .to  suggest any.undue enlargement of  the legislative body, the maximum  proposed increase being five members.    It is believed  that for the  major cities representation upon "a  basis of population will,be adopted���������������������������one member, in all probability  being allowed for each 20,000 unit  or part thereof, Avhich would for'  the present,'make Vancouver's numerical strength in the House six  members,'while reducing Victoria's  representation from four, to three.  Each minor city, of from 5,000' to  15,000.,-pbpulation, will henceforth  be''it is predicted, entitled to.one  member,- while for the rural constituencies the population representation basis will be abandoned and  areas and . conditions of colonization  and  expansion be  taken  full  cognizance  of in" the  fixing of a  representation standard.   After the  next Provincial election, and under  the readjustment of Constituencies,  one may therefore expect to' find  Vancouver represented by six members   and   Victoria   by   three,   the  Rossland   and   Greenwood   ridings  being merged in the respective districts, and Atlin also disappearing  as a distinct constituency.   On the  other hand it may fairly be con-,  "j c"c t uT'Fd't liaTR ich~ihl>n"d=(wln^h^n7-  braccs    North    Vancouver,    South  from all interested, with a view to  the legislation in this behalf being  both practical and approximately  perfect when given its place  among thc laws of'British Columbia  and, secondly, because the present  is admittedly an inopportune time  for lhc notation of such a special  loan as will become imperative  when once the agricultural credits  plan has had placed upon il thc seal  of Parliamentary approval.  Legislation will be presented for,  the relief of thc debtor in certain  cases. The Attorney-General's department is now engaged in thc  preparation of a measure thc purpose of which will be to prevent  financial oppression and injustice  during the continuance of the wrar,  while at thc same time working no  hardship upon capital, and giving  no occasion for uneasiness or imaginations of insecurity on the part  of investors.  ButterWrapper  Parchment  Has made three jumps in price since the beginning of the war, and the price is still on  the up-grade. But we are still printing  Butter Wraps at the old price, and will continue to do so while the stock of Parchment  we have on hand lasts. * It is going.  The Walker Press  MUNICIPAL SINKING FUNDS  F. A. McDiarmid, solicitor for the  Union of B. C. Municipalities, in a  communication in the Victoria  Colonist, shows what the municipalities of the Province are losing under the present system of  handling municipal sinking funds.  The aggregate indebtedness of the  municipalities he places at $93,400,-  573. Assuming the average life of  loans at 25 years, the annual sum  "which is necessary to be paid, by  taxation from the inhabitants of  the municipalities, if the sinking  fund is calculated as bearing interest at 4 per cent, would be $318,494  less than if the municipalities only  obtained 3 per-cent for the sinking  funds (and his contention* is,that 3  per cent is all that most of the.rural  municipalities' are.,receiving-for, the  sinking-funds.)' He'argues that if  these.-sinking.- funds could. be; iri-_  vested,7in ���������������������������:-Government- -' treasury  notes bearing the-prevailing" rate of  interest���������������������������4 1-2 per.cent���������������������������the municipalities.-of "the Province would"  save the magnificent sum* of- S500,-  000 each year. He cites a, paving  loan, of. Saanich municipality, just  as a concrete case, and shows that  the people of Saanich will pay to  the persons from whom they borrowed, this money, $53,793 more  money by depositing-their sinking  CONSTRUCTION DELAYED^  The rumor that the Canadian  Northern Pacific Railway Company  had decided to abandon its Kam-  loops-Okanagan    branch   is   given  THE DIFFERENCE  '��������������������������� When   incorporated, -cities   and,  municipalities in British Columbia  deposit their sinking funds in the-  banks and allow tlie banks to, use  emphatic denial by. a gentleman infjthese moneys in the regular, run of<.  timately in touch with the direction.thanking business, thc banks pay the':  of the Mackenzie & Ma nil interests,  It is inevitable that owing to the  present' financial situation construction of this branch cannot be  undertaken and completed -as  speedily as .had been hoped and  expected, but the Okanagan connection is and will remain an.integral  and, important-'feature of the Canadian Northern colonization*" and  development plan.' in British Co-  lurribia.*.'     '"'    ,'-,'���������������������������'. * ','������������������-���������������������������  ���������������������������,x>  NOTICE  Agreement for Yearly Half-day -7  Closing  We Jhc undersigned merchants  and businessmen of the city of Enderby, B. C, hereby agree and do.  agree to close our.respective places  of business * on each and; every'  Thursday afternoon ��������������������������� at 1 "o'clock  during the year, commencing -wilh  the first Thursday in January, .1915,  excepting only any such week in  funds, in  a   chartered   bank,  lhan I which a legal holiday occurs, (also  they would if they could have dc- dliring, thc- wcclj in lh7������������������- nionV- ,������������������-  ......        . /_ , .      ��������������������������� December in each year) immediate-  municipalities and cities .3 ,and 4 , 7y ,  per cent interest on the money.77-- ���������������������������->���������������������������  That is considered'good business.'���������������������������,.,'  When1 these- same ��������������������������� incorporated: -"- ' ;7  cities - and municipalities have-to/,,, ���������������������������"..-  borrow money .from''these7same 77-~--7*;l  banks on call .loans,, the : banks'f 777V3  charge them 8 percent' intcresLW^-'-jJ1  That is considercd ,good -business^i-r;^7  too.   But is it?,',j / 7'Y7\.' "\ ',:���������������������������;'  \GOESy.&ROOT&pFr-TR0$:  Ah; announcement,, pf, -particular  *���������������������������-���������������������������*���������������������������"���������������������������.-' ���������������������������> fiTl  -- --.���������������������������'-���������������������������- ������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������*;  }^;S^xm  ^������������������������������������������������������\53}*ji,i;^<  Ni  E. J. Mack  Livery, Feed & Sale Stables J  ENDERBY, B. C.  Good Rigs;  Careful Driv-; \  ers; Dray ing of all kinds.  Comfortable and Comrno-  dious Stabling for teams.  Auto for Hire  Prompt attention to all customers  Land-seekers and Tourists invited to give us a trial.  WM^44**H*M**e>*W4++'  Vancouver; Point Grey and Burn-  aby) will obtain one or possibly  two additional members; that lhe  vast and unwieldly Skeena riding  will be partitioned into two or  three distinct constituencies; that  one new scat will be arranged for  in lhe country along the G.-T. P. R.,  and that thc Kamloops-Okanagan  and Ihe Cariboo sections will be so  re-arranged as lo send six or perhaps seven members from distinct  defined constituencies to the legislatures of 1917 and thereafter.  As to the measures embodying  the findings respectively of lhc  Royal Commissions on Labor and  Agriculture, it i.s an open secret  lhat no attempt will be made lo proceed with them to finality during  the present session, the intention  being instead to introduce and debate them, then leave them wilh the  public for consideration and suggestions as to possible improvement, placing them upon the  statute book in 191(1. In the case of  the bill for the betterment of labor  conditions, advantage will be taken  of the delay in close observance of  the working out of similar legislation in Washington and in the sister province of Ontario, as well as,  less directly, in New York state and  Wisconsin.  The adoption of thc proposed  farm credits system is postponed  for dual reasons���������������������������in order that useful suggestions   may be   obtained  posited it in a 4 1-2 per cent, issue  of Government stock, and this is  only-oii-one loan.  This information is-published by  Mr. McDiarmid in view of thc resolution passed by the convention at  Kamloops arid submitted to the  Government, which reads as follows: "Resolved, lhat the Union of  B. C. Municipalities recommend the  _Go_v_ei:nment^lO-_creatc^a^4^1-2^pe!*=-  ccnt issue of Provincial slock, wilh  dates'of repayment suitable, so that  thc municipalities can have an  issue in which they can invest  their sinking -funds. This is to be  optional  wilh each  municipality."  The idea, he says, has much to  commend it. It* would help the  larger cities only to Ihccxlen't of  a half per cent, but undoubtedly it  would reduce thc taxation of the  people of lhc Province in a most  marked manner.  ly preceding Christmas Day,  MURRIN HARDWARE CO.  POLSON it MURRIN  DILL BROS.  CHAS. 0PPERTSIIAUSER  GEO. R. SHARPE,*  ENDERBY SUPPLY CO.  W. J. WOODS  J. E. CRANE.      .  CUTTERS AND SLEIGHS  Ltd  tor, Castncr. who has' charge of ��������������������������� theg>  Okanagan district,'that experiments?-  have recently made it clear that fire;  blight, bn^applc and pear, trees will;  descend to the roots..      . 77 ..  '*  Pathologists   Had ^hitherto .con-7  lendcd that the blight' only attacked  the trunk and twigs and did not go  to the roots of he trees,-so tlialif,  Ihe infected.branches-are cut off in/  lime there  was no,danger of the" ~  tree* being lost. ���������������������������"   '.%'���������������������������'���������������������������.  New   and   graver   dangers /'are -  feared now, however, as, if it.des-.  cehds lo' the roots as soon as it in-'  feels thc tree, the tree naturally is  beyond hope.   -*    "    '   - -   ''_',-.  v*^ v--~i^\^V3*^������������������*^__ta>/���������������������������.  *-_*:"  A nice line of cutters and sleighs  has just been received by the undersigned. Investigate. You will find  prices and quality right and terms  thc best. JAS. McMAHON.  B. C. WILL BEREPRESENTED  II will be learned by thc public  of British Columbia with satisfaction that this Province will be especially well represented by an adequate governmental display of ils  chief, products al thc Panama Exposition. The British Columbia display will be assembled in the highly creditable building which is now  ncaring completion by the Dominion of Canada, and this Province,  as California's nearest Canadian  neighbor and the Province which  will most substantially benefit  through the operation of the canal,  will necessarily attract especial in--  terest from Exposition visitors.  O.K.  Baths in connection  II. HENDRICKSON,  Proprietor  Next Ihe Fulton. Block, Enderby  Even the people who always  seem to know just what to do sometimes forget to do it.  Treat "hard times" as you would  an untimely piece of pie. You  don't have to swallow it.  Fresh Meats  If you want prime, f^esh meats, we  have them. Our cattle are grain-fed  and selected by our own buyers Iron  the richest feeding grounds in Alberta, and are killed and brought to the  meat block strictly FRESH.  We buy first-hand for spot cash, s  caa give you the best price possible  G. R. Sharpe,  Enderby, B. C.  OVERCOATS  If you get your overcoat cleaned  and pressed, it will'save you getting  a new one.  A.   E.   WE S T >S  Ladies' and  Gents'  Tailor  Enderby  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS    _-���������������������������  _Coal _mining_rig_t8 _of_ths. Dominion ���������������������������  in Manitoba, Saskatchewan' and Alberta, , the Yukon Territory, tht  Northwest Territories and a portion  of the province of British Columbia,  may be leased for a term of twenty-  one years at an annual rental of fl  an acre. Not more than 2,560 acres  will be leased to one applicant.  Application fur a lease must be  made by the applicant in person to  the Agent or sub-Agent of the district-in which rights applied-for-ars   situated.  In surveyed-territory the land must  be described by sections, or legal  sub-divisions of sections, and in un-  surveyed territory the tract applied  for shall be staked out by th������������������ applicant himself.  Each application must be acton*  panied by a fee for |5 which will be  refunded if the rights applied for are  _ot available, but not otherwise. A  royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the  rate of five cents per ton.  The person operating the mine shall  furnish the Agent with sworn returns  accounting for the full quantity of  merchantable coal mined and pay tbe  royalty thereen. If the coal mining  rights are1 not being operated, such  returns should be furnished at least ' , .  once a year. .  The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may-be  permitted to purchase whatever  available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of  the mine at the rate of |10.00 an acre  For full information application  should be made to the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Su_-Agent  of Dominion Lands.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���������������������������Unauthorized publication of  his advertisement   will not be paid n  THE ENDERBY PRESS AND WALKER'S WEEKLY  Thursday, January 28, 1915  CO-OPERATION FAULTS  A writer in lhe Salmon Arm Observer calls thc attention of lhc  farmers of lhat district to whal he  lion, as he cannot tell the season to  delay ils coining.  "The third point: inability to sell  enough of. his produce causes too  much waste. For many years it  believes lo be serious faults in 1hcj]uis j,ccn tnc object in every.indus-  co-operative system now in vogue j lry lo pcrfcct machinery, etc., in  there, and says thai the way Ihcy j 0I.(|C1. ,0 rc(|uce "waste" lo a mere  are going will lead almost-to Iheir j nothing. Science has performed  ruin. He says Ihey are creating.:* j j|s (|uty |o.a miirvdloiis degree  situation similar lo one in* Holland | towards industry, bul up In now it  many    years    ago,    which    "-'���������������������������ii'lyi has failed  lo dictate to nature lo  spite of the darkness of the night  Ihey seemed to find their way over  the country wilh remarkable directness, and the accuracy of their aim  with bombs was greater than generally had been believed possible.  Thc most important .towns over  which the airmen appeared "were  Sandringham, .Yarmouth, Shcring-  ham, Hunstanton, Cromer, Beacham  Dcrsingham and King's Lynn.  *.������������������l������������������l*������������������l*.l<i������������������l.*l~l<������������������l.������������������l*������������������l*.M  PURCHASE OF HORSES  Editor Enderby Press: Dear.Sir:  I have lhe honor to enclose a list of  brought   agriculturists   to   dcslruc- j ,,ro(|llce exclusively high grade ag-  lion, and il was Ihen and there���������������������������|-riculliiral   products,  co-opera I ion���������������������������hul the right kind of]    "Where circiimslances as  reprc-  eo-operalion lhat was applied as ������������������ ! scntcd in lhc first point occur, Ihcro  cure for lhe disease, "lhe kind or|js'ihe ���������������������������ngriciillurisl  u,muie  to  sell | lhc   meetings  which  we  have  ar  disease your. co-operation ..has ere-' ^\s |0Wer grade |)i*oduce, and when friingcd so  far in lhe Easlern p orated." j he is'able'lo sell in smaller quanliJnpn of Brili.shColiimbia.for the piir-  -n,,, ,..,.;i(>,. c���������������������������v<;. "i n'nfi in��������������������������� vmif  ,���������������������������      .1   . '      .     <���������������������������  1 ��������������������������� 1        1    i chase  o    horses   together  wilh  a  l lie wniei  sa\s.    i nnd in \oui,lies   []1!U   ])UV[  0\   jus  produce  byi .... ,       ������������������    .  /M.if.Miiv.ilinn      l,/,n.      ih,.,,,,      .1 i ll'm-i'n I i  ��������������������������� ��������������������������� <���������������������������   ,1 !���������������������������     I COpv   ol      llC   pOSCI"   l*C(|ll I I'dUCIl IS.  organi/alion    lieie   tnice   (iineicni < jumping one or more ol  lhe links,       -��������������������������� ' '  faults,    which    were    considered :nc  competes  wilh  his own  better  among the principal causes of Ihe j products.  trouble in my native country. j     <"p]ie ,.c.|unis for lhe higher grade  products hardly cover lhc cost of  producing, if Ihey do so, consequently lhc producer cannot live on  the earnings of his business."  AERIAL  RAID  ON ENGLAND  "Thc first fault is: there are loo  many links in Ihe chain between  producer and consumer.  "The second fault is: lhc producer gets no returns for his product for loo long' a lime'.  "The third faulL is: the producer  was unable lo sell enough of- his  produce.."  "Too many links in thc chain be-i proved less serious than the early  Iwcen producer and consumer | reports indicated. From a base,  causes loo big a spread in prices! presumably in Germany, lhe air-  between lhe producer and the con-j ships ficw over  lhe North Sea  lo  I shall feel greatly obliged if you  will call the attention of farmers  to these meetings and the opportunity we are affording Ihem of dcal-  sumer. Every link lhal is introduced enlarges lhal spread.  "In the first instance the producer seems to sacrifice nothing,  bul tlie class of consumers thai are  willing and able lo purchase will  be limited, and so will be Iheir individual purchases, consequently  the producer simply sells less of his  produce and pays lhe difference in  lhal way.  "Tlie second fault: wailing for  lhe money causes lhe selling agent  lo work to a great extent with the  money of the producer, bul the  farmer who' has to wait for his  cash is often in ah awkward posi-  ing direct with lhe Government.  As an illustration of how anxious  we arc lo help Ihe farmers, let me  say lhal cheques are given lo the  owners of horses on thc day of  Iheir purchase and these can be  The raid of German airmen on cashed localiy without any de-  Ihe   English,   coast   last   week   has i duction.   ' Our  meelings  in   each  town are attended by a committee  consisting   of   a   Purchaser    (Mr.  Geo. Butler, of Adelphi) and a veterinary,  and  you  may  assure  lhc  farmers that they can rely implicitly upon the efficiency and integrity of these gentlemen.  1    shall    feel    greatly    obliged,  therefore, if you will give your assistance, as we are anxious bolh to  send a good class of horses over to  Europe to represent thc west, and,  at the same lime, lo give what help  we can lo thc farmers and horse  owners of Canada.  1 have the honor lo be, sir, your'  obedient servant,  H.  F. REYNOLDS,  Lieut,   and   Adjutant   for Chief  Commissioner.  lhe easternscoasl of England, where  for nearly four hours, from 8.20 p.  m. until aboul midnight, they circled over a group of cighl English  towns, only a liltle more than 100,  miles from London, apparently  dropping bombs at will. So far as  lias been learned four or five persons were killed and about as many  more injured.  Most of the damage appears lo  have been inlliclcd upon private  houses and shops; few public buildings or docks seem lo have been  damaged. The raiders showed excellent ability lo pilot their airships  as well as good marksmanship.  In  y  _T_  y  y  Y  y  Y  V  ���������������������������;������������������  *  ?  ���������������������������  ���������������������������>  y  V  ���������������������������  t  ���������������������������  EN DER B Y MUSIC STORE I  Second Curling Schedule  Thursday, Jan. 14  Dow-Scott Murphy-Mack  Stevens-Keith  Won by  Scnll,    ���������������������������  Murphy,  Stevens,  Score  M-12  12-9  10-8  .Monday, Jan. 18  ! Walker,  Prince-Walker  Keilb-Evans   l.vans,  10-7'  13-9  Tuesday, Jan. 19 ; Dow,  Dow-Slevens Murphy-Dill  Murphy,  10-8  M-13  Wednesday, Jan. 20  Scoll-Mack  Prince-Evans  Thursday, Jan.'21  Keith-Walker Dow-Dill  Friday, Jan. 22  Scotl-Murphy Stevens-Mack  Monday, Jan.  Mack-Evans  Keith-Prince  Tuesday, Jan. 2(3  Dow-Walker Dill-Scott  Wednesday, Jan. 27  Slevens-Murphy      0      Prince-Dow  Thursday, Jan. 28  Fvans-Dill Walker-Mack  Fi:i (I ay,_ J a n. 20  Keith-Mui'pby Scoll-Prince  Monday, Feb. 1  Evans-Murphy SI e/ens-Prince  Tuesday, Feb. 2  Dill-Mack Scott-Keith  Wednesday, Feb. 3  I)ow-Murnh\* Walker-Scoll  Thursday, Feb. -I  YValkcr-Fvans Prince-Mack  Friday,  Feb.* 5  Dill-Stevens Dow-Keith  Monday, Feb. 8  Slevens-Walker Mack-Keilh  Tuesday, Feb. 9  Murphy-Prince Scott-Evans  Wednesday, Feb. 10  Dill-Walker Dow-Mack  Thursday, Feb. 11  Slovens-Scott Keith-Dill  Friday, Feb. 12  Murphy-Walker E vans-Dow  Monday, Feb. 15  'Evans-Sleven.s  ���������������������������Scott  I-"vans  '9-S  10-S  List of meelings in lhe Okanagan  District: Salmon Arm, Feb. 1st;  Enderby, Feb. 2nd; Vernon, Feb.  3rd; Kelowna, Feb. 'Ith;. Peachland,  Feb. 5th; Penticton, Feb. Olh.  NOTICE  Kei Hi,  Dill,  11-8  11-8  Scott,  Mack,  12-10  10-8  .Mack,  Prince,  M-2  12-9  Dow,  Dill,  -10-6  Murphy,  Prince,  13-11  M-10  In lhe Matter of the Estate of the  late ./. IV. Morion, deseased  Notice is hereby given thai all  persons having claims against thc  above esiale of the late J. W. Morton, deceased, are hereby required  to forward same to the undersigned  on or before the Fifteenth (loth)  day of February next, when Ihe  executors will proceed to distribute  the assets of Ihe said deceased'  among the parlies entitled thereto,  Having regard only lo Ihe claims  of which notice shall have been  given, and thai Ihey will not be  liable for lhc said assets, or any  part thereof, so distributed to any  person, of whose claim notice shall  nol have been duly received by  Ihem al the lime of said distribution.  Dated al Enderby, B.C., this 27lh  day of January, A.I").,  1915.  _J      _ H. G. DAVIES,  Barnst'err^tcr-^--  Rell Block, Enderby, B.C.  J.  ������������������  _  1  i  y  V  ���������������������������  ���������������������������  y  V  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  We 'will continue  our low prices in all  ��������������������������� lines until the 1st of  February. Prices  are low for this class  of goods, so now is  the time to secure  bargains.  A few lines of wall ������������������ paper  at very low prices, so brighten  up your homes in the dull  season.  J. E. CRANE, Proprietor  ������������������-'���������������������������  ������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������  rH-W~!^M-M^-!-K-i-H-M^^^  Y  y  y  y  y  y  ���������������������������:���������������������������  Y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  Y  y  y  ���������������������������>  f.  y  y  y  ���������������������������>  ���������������������������  t,  ���������������������������  y  Y  y  y  y  V  j  c_\  J  ���������������������������  y  y  ���������������������������>  1  y  f  ���������������������������?  y  y  y  ���������������������������������������������.  ���������������������������T.  M  M  !,l  %  /���������������������������|  V  (1  T  "    111  *  T  V  X  <l  .(���������������������������  YM  ?  i_|  m  +  T  T  ' ' m  y  f"  y  y  y  y  . y  y  y  ���������������������������>  1  f_W\  fl  ~_m_\  Y  y  y  y  y  y  f  y  y  y  y  ifl  - ,_H  -^|  \__m  /���������������������������  M  WANT ADS  BALIil.) HAY FOR SALE���������������������������1913  crop. No reasonable oll'er refused. George, Rivermead ranch,  Grindrod. , J28-21  ALFALFA and CLOVER HAY for  sale (loose). C. \V. Huffman, F>n-  derby. J28-21  LOST���������������������������Roan cow, branded "1"  crosswise on right hip.' $5 reward.   C. B. Parkinson, Enderby.  KolTsALI-:.-. While  Leghorn cockerels for breeding;  good laying strain. Young pigs.  II. V. Cowan, Enderby.  WHY use inferior wood when yon can  BURN BAXTER'S BEST BIRCH.  Leave orders at Dill Bros.  FIRST-CLASS BOARD and rooms;  reasonable rates; Bradley house.  FOR RENT���������������������������A three-room flat,  over old Walker Press oflice.  Apply "Walker Press.   .  BEAUTIFY YOUR HOI  At Ihe least cost and risk by planting your gardens and orchards with  our Roses, Ornamental and Fruit  Trees, grown only in B. C, at qui-  well-known RIVERSIDE NURSERIES, al Grand Forks. No order too  large or too small.  For prices and particulars apply  H. E. C. Harris,      Enderby  Another Car of Flour and  Feed just in  Trythe[Varsity andHungarian^ j^w1^  Made from Saskatchewan HardTWfieat        ""  Also ROBIN HOOD FLOUR and CEREALS  A full line of Feeds, including Poultry Foods.   Fruit and  Vegetables of various kinds.  We deliver to any part of the city  TEEGE & SON,  next   Hendrickson's  BarberShop, ENDERBY  Military Horses  WANTED  RIDING HORSES���������������������������Age, 5 to 9 years. Height, 15 to 15-3 hands.  Weight, 1,000 to 1,150 pounds  ARTILLERY HORSES~Age, 5 to 9 years.   Height, 15 to 15-3  hands.   Weight, 1,100 to 1,300 pounds.  COLOURS���������������������������Bays, Browns, Blacks, Chestnuts, Blue Roans, Red  Roans.   No light greys or whites;  REQUIREMENTS���������������������������All horses must   be   in   good   condition,  sound, of good conformation, free from blemishes or  vice, and broken to harness or saddle.  Lt. Col. A D. McRAE,  Chief Commissioner for Remounts for the West.  HORSES WILL BE INSPECTED at Salmon Arm on February  1st; Enderbv, February 2nd; and at Vernon, Feb. 3rd,  1915. " GEO. BUTLER, Purchasing Officer  m

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